McCloskey International
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McCloskey Screeners

During the 1980s in Canada, a deal to build trommel screeners fell through at the company where Paschal McCloskey, an emigrant from Northern Ireland, worked. That is when he decided to start manufacturing trommel screeners himself, and McCloskey International was born. Today, the industries McCloskey International serves — including aggregates, landscaping, infrastructure and road building, construction and demolition, mining, waste management and recycling — are as diverse as the lineup of portable screening and crushing equipment it manufactures. The company’s customers are uncompromising when it comes to the power, durability and after-sale support they expect from McCloskey products.

McCloskey International

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

  • McCloskey uses Cat® industrial engines for its custom-designed products, as Caterpillar offers real-world-tested power packages with varying outputs and drives that are required by McCloskey’s customers.
  • McCloskey’s crushers, vibrating screeners, trommels and stacking conveyors are powered by multiple engines, including the Cat C2.2, C3.4, C4.4, C7.1, C9.3B and C13 engines available from 42 hp (31 kW) to 520 hp (388 kW).
  • In order to integrate Cat industrial engines into its products, McCloskey’s design team works alongside engineers at Cat dealer Finning to develop build specifications suited to the needs of each piece of equipment.
  • They also visit Caterpillar facilities to meet with industrial-engine designers about future product requirements. This close collaboration allows McCloskey’s engineers to acquire valuable information and gain insights into Caterpillar’s latest engine designs and aftertreatment systems.
  • The global support of the Cat dealer network and reliability of parts availability allows McCloskey to give their customers what they needed while reducing downtime and increasing productivity and profits.

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Cat® Engine Overview

Cat C4.4

  • The Cat® C4.4 Industrial Diesel Engine is offered in ratings up to 200 hp (150 kW) and peak torque 825 Nm (609 lb-ft) which meet U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, EU Stage V emission standards.
  • A modular and compact core on the Cat C4.4 makes installing the engine on any number of machine applications a relative breeze. And when downsizing from five-liter platforms, OEMs can see a 20% reduction in length, 5% reduction in height and 40% reduction in weight of the engine, significantly reducing installation costs.
  • With a 15% increase in power density and 10% increase in torque when compared to its predecessor engine, the compact design of the Cat C4.4 reduces heat loss for more efficient engine output, helping operators conquer even the toughest tasks with relative ease.
  • When compared to similar 6-cylinder platforms, the C4.4 saves more than 18% in fluid consumption and is specially balanced to be its most effective, every day.
  • Built-in clean emissions modules keep the Cat C4.4 performing at its peak while also keeping the air around the work site cleaner.

 

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C4.4 Industrial Engine

CAT 7.1

  • The Cat C7.1 industrial engine is offered in power ratings up to 320 hp (239 kW) and peak torque 1268 Nm (935 lb-ft) allowing for downsizing while still getting more responsiveness and productivity than ever before.
  • Highly-efficient fuel and turbocharging systems are specially configured to meet a wide range of machine operating cycles while also reducing fuel consumption, up to 20% when downsizing from a larger engine platform.
  • With technologically-advanced fuel-injection and SCR systems, the C7.1 reduces the need for DEF consumption, so overall costs remain low.
  • The newest thermal management systems and catalysts mean your aftertreatment is fit for the life of your engine.
  • When you've got options, you can keep design and installation costs low. The C7.1 has a wide range of configurable options including one that's fit for your machine application.

 

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C7.1 Industrial Engine

CAT C9.3B

  • The Cat® C9.3B industrial engine is offered in power ratings up to 456 hp (340 kW) and peak torque 1810 Nm (1335 lb-ft) allowing for platform downsizing while maintaining Caterpillar reliability and durability.
  • Engine is over 12% lighter while offering 18% more power and 21% more torque than previous engine models.
  • The engine combines a new high pressure common rail fuel system and advanced aftertreatment technology to produce exceptional power density.
  • The C9.3B provides the exceptional power McCloskey equipment requires in the toughest job site applications and most rugged environments.
  • Cat engines also maximize performance with simpler engine systems and reduced installation complexity through modular, flexible designs fit for your equipment application.

 

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CUSTOMER:

McCloskey International

PRODUCT:

McCloskey Screeners

LOCATION:

Keene, Ontario
Co. Tyrone, Ireland

SCOPE OF ENGINE USE:

Cat® C2.2, C3.4, C4.4, C7.1,  C9.3B and C13 U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final/EU Stage V Industrial Engines

CAT DEALER

Finning

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When company founder Paschal McCloskey emigrated from Northern Ireland to Canada in the early 1980s, he took a job building conveyors. It was a challenging time to be starting a career, for companies were dealing with the height of a recession. Then a deal to build trommel screeners fell through at the company where McCloskey worked. That is when he decided to start manufacturing trommel screeners himself. Soon after that turning point, McCloskey International was born.

Today, the industries McCloskey International serves — including aggregates, landscaping, infrastructure and road building, construction and demolition, mining, waste management and recycling — are as diverse as the lineup of portable screening and crushing equipment it manufactures. The company’s customers are uncompromising when it comes to the power, durability and after-sale support they expect from those products.

To meet these high standards, McCloskey uses Cat industrial engines for its custom-designed products. Caterpillar offers real-world-tested power packages with varying outputs and drives that are required by McCloskey’s customers. These engines also help the company meet emission standards around the world — including U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emission standards in the U.S., Canada, Japan and South Korea, as well as the even more stringent EU Stage V standards that went into effect in January 2019.  

Currently, McCloskey’s crushers, vibrating screeners, trommels and stacking conveyors are powered by multiple big engines that are built to last. These powerful workhorses include the Cat C2.2, C3.4, C4.4, C7.1, C9.3B and C13 engines, which are available in models ranging from 42 hp (31 kW) to 520 hp (388 kW).

In order to integrate Cat industrial engines into its products, McCloskey’s design team works alongside engineers at Cat dealer Finning to develop build specifications suited to the needs of each piece of equipment. They also visit Caterpillar facilities to meet with industrial-engine designers about future product requirements. This close collaboration allows McCloskey’s engineers to acquire valuable information and gain insights into Caterpillar’s latest engine designs and aftertreatment systems.

“Caterpillar has a good reputation worldwide and is a well-known brand among our international customers. The company provides aftersales support, line-side support and technical support, along with worldwide spare-parts availability and backup service for our customers,” says Stephen Broderick, Design Engineer with McCloskey.

Throughout the engineering and design process, Finning’s sales and application engineering teams also stay in close contact with McCloskey to ensure questions are answered, issues are resolved quickly and processes run smoothly. The dealer’s technical expertise, including 3D models and installation guides, as well as an engine sign-off at the close of each project, help ensure a quality end product.

As a result of its collaboration with Caterpillar and Finning, McCloskey is able to offer its customers hydraulic and clutch-driven systems that deliver clean, reliable power, along with worldwide spare parts and service availability that keep downtime to a minimum. Both are key in helping the company continue to build its global reputation for providing innovative, high-performance products.  

“CATERPILLAR HAS A GOOD REPUTATION WORLDWIDE AND IS A WELL-KNOWN BRAND AMONG OUR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS.”

 

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